The girls in Second Class received the sacrament of First Holy Communion last Saturday, 29th April. The sun shone and everyone had a great day. Many thanks to the parents of girls in First Class who came along to help with the tea and coffee for the reception.
Rang a Cúig are taking part in the Junior Entrepreneur Project 2018! We have learning about what it takes to be an entrepreneur and working with Orla in conjunction with Room 13. We all had lots of brilliant and unique ideas and had fun working with one another to create presentations! We then presented them […]
As it is the centenary of the Women’s Suffrage Movement Rang a Cúig decided to get proactive and celebrate the vote ourselves! Inspired by ideas on www.herstory.ie we decided to create our own stamps dedicated to famous Irish suffragettes. We learned about many heroines such as Anna Haslam, Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, Constance Markievicz and many […]
The girls in 5th and 6th Classes took part in the Laudate Festival on Tuesday 30th January. The Festival took place in Ballymun church and was a very enjoyable event for the girls. They have been learning the songs since September. They went to a rehearsal in Ballymun, followed by the actual performance on Tuesday. […]
On Monday, November the 20th, the girls in Second Class were treated to a fascinating trip back in time. Mark Kelly, an archaeologist who works with the Heritage in Schools Scheme paid a visit to the school and brought with him a wonderful selection of ancient artefacts for the girls to learn about. The girls […]
The girls in Mr. Maguire’s class were delighted to welcome a familiar face back to the classroom. Ms. Dunne made a special visit to do some cooking with the girls. They cooked some potatoes, which had been growing in the school’s garden, and enjoyed these with some cheese and coleslaw. The girls thoroughly enjoyed the […]
The girls in Sixth Class took part in a handwriting competition recently. They had to research and write about either the city of Hamburg in Germany or Elsa Beskow, a Swedish illustrator of children’s books. The standard of handwriting was very high and it was difficult to choose a winner. In the end, Molly Scattergood […]